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Title Description Opportunity Types
Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) offers students an opportunity to present research plus scholarly and creative work. Types of presentations include posters, oral presentations, and short or abbreviated theatrical, dance, or musical performances.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) provides University of Minnesota undergraduates from every college, major, and discipline, the opportunity to partner with a faculty member on research or creative projects.

Technology Helpdesk Assistant
Teaching, Reading, Empowering Children (TREC) Tutor Position
Scholarly Horizons Undergraduate Journal
National Student Exchange

National Student Exchange (NSE) provides an opportunity for students to enhance their Morris education by "studying abroad domestically." Through NSE students have the chance to attend another university in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands for a semester or academic year.

Creative Activity
Morris Student Academic Fellows

The University of Minnesota Morris offers the Morris Student Administrative Fellows program, in which academic and administrative staff select students to serve as teaching assistants to sponsoring faculty and as interns in offices and programs on campus. MSAF students undertake assignments that enhance their intellectual competence, enrich their academic program, or hone their technical skills.

Creative ActivityEngagementInternship
Morris at Festival du Voyageur
Morris Academic Partnership

The University of Minnesota Morris offers the Morris Academic Partnership (MAP) program, in which faculty select academically talented, qualified second-year and third-year students to assist them in scholarly and creative projects. Selected MAP students undertake assignments intended to enhance their intellectual competence and increase their interest in graduate or professional study.

Graphics Studio Lab Assistant